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FOX News
Jul 29, 2009 7:00pm EDT
now on fox news channel. this is the san fernando valley in california. metro link train has now, i'm told, collided with a vehicle on the tracks. this is the -- the vehicle struck at van nuys boulevard about two and a half miles south of the san fernando station. we have gotten this information by tweets from metro link on the social website twitter, so some of the abbreviations i, quite frankly, don't understand. it's a train 218, struck a vehicle at van nuys approximately two and a half miles. these are pictures from kttv. they are not finding a lot so they are shooting the underbelly of the chopper. that's one thing to see, but i would rather see the wreck. we are led to believe there may be some injuries. i say led to believe because i don't know. when we find out more on that, we'll take you there obviously metro link train traffic is suspended at least for the moment. more on that when that comes in. there was a major announcement that could really change the way we use the internet. microsoft is teaming up with yahoo. the two companies are hoping that together they can convi
NBC
Jul 6, 2009 3:30am EDT
. march 18th, the evening. the home, a comfortable tract house in north ridge san fernando valley. the tv was on. there was a man on the couch in the living room. a door opened. the spider's sticky track was sprung. >> 911 emergency. operator 682. >> yes, there's a murder here. i don't know what happened. >> okay, ma'am. what happened? >> i don't know. it's my son-in-law. >> the call was from the mother-in-law back from a night at the movies. it's a gunshot. he's bleeding. >> diane bates was distraught. it was she who discovered joel sprawled on the couch dead. >> got shot by a gun? >> he's dead, i think. >> he was shot in the head three times. they weren't fooling around. >> no. >> whoever shot him wanted him dead. >> veteran lapd detective brian mccarton arrived to find a house ransacked. >> quick glance it looked like a home invasion. >> home invasion? and then another shocking discovery. there was a witness still in the house. joel's wife jennifer was where she almost always was about that time of the evening. an upstairs bathroom bathing a 3-year-old ijacob. >> she gave him a bath. s
NBC
Jul 13, 2009 10:00pm EDT
in san fernando valley the parents of two grown children were getting ready for bed. >> i received this call late at night. there was a strange voice that i didn't recognize. it said, "we have your son. unless you give us $100,000 by 5:00 tomorrow, he will die." >> the parents were gale and kay baker. they are son ron went away to school at ucla. >> i thought it was some kind of prank. i called his apartment to find out if he was there, and i was told he was dropped off at a bus stop and he was going to a meeting at ucla. he hadn't returned, and this was almost midnight. >> this is his roommate telling you in. >> yes. >> the next morning ron still hadn't returned to his apartment, but his father did receive another call. >> he said, you know, unless you give us 100,000 by 5:00, he will die. at that time i really did become worried, and i called the police. >> police tapped the telephone line anticipating another ransom call. it was not the kidnapper. it was detective rick jackson. >> asking if ron would have worn some earrings and a pendant. and he had done that, so then they came
NBC
Jul 5, 2009 11:30pm EDT
18th, evening. the home a comfortable tract house in the town of northridge, san fernando valley the tv was on. there was a man on the couch in the living room. a door opened. the spider's sticky trap was sprung. >> 911, emergency operator 682. >> yes. there's a murder here. i don't know what happened. >> okay, ma'am. what happened? >> i don't know. it's my son-in-law. >> the call was from the mother-in-law, back from a night at the movies. >> he's been shot bleeding. >> reporter: is it was she who discovered joel shanbaum on the couch dead. >> he was shot in the head thr times. >> teyhen'ter fooling around. >> no. they wanted him dead. >> reporter: veteran lapd detective brian mccartin arrived to find the house ransacked. >> quick glance it looks like it was a home invasion robbery. so that was the first thing going through our minds. >> reporter: home invasion? nd then another shocking discovery. there was a witness still in the house. joel's wife, jennifer, was where she almost always was about that time of the evening, an upstairs bathroom, bathing a 3-year-old, jacob. >> she
CNBC
Jul 28, 2009 8:00pm EDT
of action if you're in the right price range. >> reporter: he has been selling home in l.a., san fernando for years and he sees a tale of two markets. >> in the lower price range, this market is as busy as it has ever been. in the upper range, it is batten down the houses. >> in home 500,000 and lower, there is only a two-month supply of inventory. but near ten time that amount in home over $1 million. like this one 2.4 million and it is still on the market for $1.9. suddenly getting some interest. >> the buyers that come through are real buyers. they are not peel that are looking. they want to sign on. >> reporter: only one sign of stability. he says the number of california home sole in june rose 13% from may, rose 26% from a year ago. though nearly half of those home were foreclosures. and the california association of realtors says the median price here is $275,000, up 4% from the month beforeburg still down 26% from a year ago. home builders are even starting to buy land again. and fewer were sent out from the second quarter compared to the first. it may be too soon to celebrate. spe
CSPAN
Jul 25, 2009 5:00pm EDT
up the old national road out of baton to a rail head in san fernando. from provinces near and far, filipino kids and can hoping for a glance or a word with their soldier, a lined up along the road. there were thousands of them waiting, townsfolk from dusty birds along the old national road, waiting to do what they could for the men slogging their way north. they filled pot with water, made rice bowls stuff with me and vegetables and wrapped them in ben and leaves, they boiled eggs and picked fruit and collected small cones of brown sugar. they put water beside the road and tried to hand of the jewels to the soldiers as they passed by. su and the guards had had enough of this and they started to beat people off with clubs and rifle butts so the people started talking their treats into the columns of marchers. there were a number of two story buildings where people packed the upper windows and rooftops and showered the soldiers with chunks of bread and rice, cookies and chocolate bars. enraged by this disruption the guards stomped the food into the dirt and beat the prisoners who st
CBS
Jul 6, 2009 7:00am EDT
, they're doing the same. from the jackson family home in the san fernando valley to the gates of the neverland ranch north of santa barbara, to the heart of hollywood, fans from all over the world had only one thought when they heard there would be a memorial service for michael jackson, i'll be there. is this evidence to you that michael jackson was truly a global phenomenon? >> he is a global phenomenon. please don't make me cry. >> late yesterday, some fans started to get the news that they won lottery tickets for admission to the service. >> i'm"4k really excited. i feel very fortunate to go. i can't wait. >> for the less fortunate, it was enough to be here near michael jackson's star. >> i may not be able to attend the memorial. this is all that we can do. >> name the state, name the country, people from all over the world have flocked here to the hollywood walk of fame to pay homage to michael jackson. this jackson impersonator has been a fan for a quarter century. it took him three days and thousands of dollars to get here from french guiana. >> michael lives forever. d
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